A meat-lovers’ paradise, the small and intimate Pitt Cue Co serves up sticky ribs and meats served with the likes of beans, ‘slaw and pickles in rustic tin trays. The size of the venue and no bookings facility means you should get here early to secure a spot.
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Venue Details & Map
Pitt Cue Co.
1 Newburgh StreetSohoLondonW1F 7RB
- +44 (0)20 7287 5578
- Public transport:
- Oxford Circus, Underground
So that was my 4th on the Esquire's list of the best places to grab a BBQ pulled pork (and the 1st on their list: http://www.esquire.co.uk/food-drink/man-food/4101/pulled-pork/1/). Long story short: the sandwich there is sooo good.
But then there is a wait. A long wait. I ventured there on Saturday night which is probably the worst it can get. The place (both bar area upstairs and the...more
This tremendous restaurant is part of an uncommon breed in that it is an eatery that absolutely triumphs on all counts. There is not one facet that tenders disappointment.
I used to frequent Pitt Cue's roving BBQ van around central London so was delighted to hear it was taking up residency in a cool corner of Soho. The American style ribs and pulled pork are outright mouth-watering and these...more
So another no reservations place, I've been a couple of times, with the longest queue time being 2(!) hours, thankfully it was dry! And you definitely want to eat there, their take away menu is a little poor in my opinion, with only two options (pulled pork in a bun or sausage in a bun) and no extras. Once you're in the door, you can finally have a drink, but be warned, if your entire group...more
There is no reservation policy which includes all parties have to be present to be added on to waiting list and you can not walk off or you be crossed off the list. Hearing all this you might just want to go elsewhere. But people do wait and one evening one of them was me. We waited 2 hours for a table of three and we were debating throughout whether to go elsewhere. Which we was patient...more
I treated my Dad and boyfriend to BBQ here recently. It's already been iterated in many of the reviews, but the place is tiny. It was a gorgeous evening outside so we didn't mind the 45+ minute wait outside (with a cold "whatever" beer from the bar, which was delicious). But, had it been raining or cold, I'm not sure we would have been as pleased with the wait. There is literally nowhere to...more